delivery

  1. the event of giving birth
  2. your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally
  3. the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another
  4. (baseball) the throwing of a baseball by a pitcher to a batter
  5. recovery or preservation from loss or danger

Delivery

• (n.) The act of giving birth; parturition; the expulsion or extraction of a fetus and its membranes. • (n.) The act or manner of delivering a ball; as, the pitcher has a swift delivery. • (n.) The act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of the body or substance of a thing; distribution; as, the delivery of a fort, of host...
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delivery

(de-liv´әr-e) the bringing of something to a place. expulsion or extraction of the child and fetal membranes at birth; see also labor. Called also accouchement.
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delivery

(from the article `carriage of goods`) In all legal systems, carriers incur liability for delay in delivering the goods to the consignee. Statutes, international conventions, ... The seller`s duties are three: he must deliver the goods, transfer ownership in them, and warrant their conformity to the specifications of the ... [2 relat...
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delivery

(from the article `writ`) ...the performance of a specific act. The most common modern writs are those, such as the summons, used to initiate an action. Other writs may be ...
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delivery

legal transfer noun the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another
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delivery

noun the event of giving birth; `she had a difficult delivery`
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Delivery

[commerce] Delivery is the process of transporting goods from a source location to a predefined destination. There are different delivery types. Cargo (physical goods) are primarily delivered via roads and railroads on land, shipping lanes on the sea and airline networks in the air. Certain specialized goods may be delivered via other netwo...
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Delivery

[cricket] A delivery or ball in cricket is a single action of bowling a cricket ball towards the batsman. During play of the game, a member of the fielding team is designated as the bowler, and bowls deliveries towards the batsman. Six balls in a row constitutes an over, after which a different member of the fielding side takes over the rol...
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Delivery

De·liv'er·y noun ; plural Deliveries 1. The act of delivering from restraint; rescue; release; liberation; as, the delivery of a captive from his dungeon. 2. The act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of the body or substance of a thing; distribution;...
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Delivery

A bowler's entire movement, from approach to follow-through. A thrown shot; the act of throwing a sh
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Delivery

An alternative term to 'covering' the term used to describe the action of casting the fly to a fish or into a promising-looking area of water
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Delivery

an alternative term to 'covering' the term used to describe the action of casting the fly to a fish or into a promising-looking area of water.
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delivery

Any method of transferring offerings to learners. Variants are instructor-led training, web-based distance learning, online laboratory, CD-ROM, and books.
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Delivery

Birth of the baby.
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Delivery

Canon #5 in Cicero's list of rhetorical canons; traditionally linked to oral rhetoric, refers to how a speech is given (including tone of voice and nonverbal gestures, among others).
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delivery

Expulsion or extraction of the child and the after-birth. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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delivery

final transfer of a security or financial instrument....
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Delivery

For bonds bought or sold in the secondary market, delivery - and payment - must be in three business days. For new issues, the time when payment is made to, and the executed bonds and notes are received from, the issuer. New-issue delivery takes place several weeks after the sale to allow the bonds and notes to be printed and signed.
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Delivery

In general, the transfer of title, or ownership rights, of a security such as stock from buyer to... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/delivery.htm?id=391&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of delivery'>more</a>
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Delivery

In settlement of a futures contract, the tender and receipt of the actual commodity, the cash value
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Delivery

n. The act of physically handing over money, document or object to complete a transaction. For example: if payment has been made, the delivery of a deed transfers title, and the delivery of goods makes the sale complete. Unless agreed to by the parties, symbolic or constructive delivery falls short of completion.
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Delivery

Preparation + Release + Follow-through
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Delivery

Supply of material in accordance with the terms of a contract. On the LME this may be effected through supplying a warrant or on other futures markets a similar document of title. In the USA often referred to as shipment.
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Delivery

Supply of material in accordance with the terms of a contract. On the LME this may be effected through supplying a warrant or on other futures markets a similar document of title. In the USA often referred to as shipment.
Found on http://www.metalbulletin.com/Glossary.html
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